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Apr 18 2011
Bethea Brings Home Two Wins From Anchorage Meet PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 April 2011

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            Over the weekend, the Kodiak High School Bears track and field team competed in Anchorage at the Laird Prosser - Larry Whitmore Indoor meet. It was the second week in a row Kodiak competed at The Dome in Anchorage.

            Senior Jaymi Bethea (beth-ay) won the two distance events, taking the 3,200-meters in 11 minutes 11 seconds, and the 1,600 in 5 minutes 21 seconds. Both times, according to coach Marcus Dunbar, are the fastest in the state so far this season. Bethea was second in the 800 meters, with a time of 2 minutes 25 seconds.

            Jordan Fogle, Gage Cubbedge, Riley McFarlin and Caleb Nymeyer were second in the 4-by-400 relay, with a time of 3 minutes 35 seconds.

            Nathan Deer was the highest placing individual boy from Kodiak, taking third place in both the 1,600 and the 3,200.

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            The Laird Prosser / Larry Whitmore Indoor Track and Field meet was named in honor of a pair of Alaska track and field celebrities. Prosser was a state champion from Dimond high school in the early ‘90s, and went on to compete four years at the University of Oregon. He died in 2009 due to complications from diabetes.

            Whitmore, who is still alive and well - and even spoke to the Kodiak Bears on Friday night - was Coach Dunbar's own coach at Bartlett High School where he produced more than 30 team championship titles during his career.

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Apr 15 2011
Independence Day Fireworks Cancelled PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 April 2011

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            The Kodiak City Council Thursday night heard the bad news that the popular Fourth of July fireworks display is being cancelled. It also approved a slew of new charges for city services and a change to the dates to file for local office.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall has details.

 

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Apr 15 2011
Seafood Industry Watcher Talks Prices at ComFish PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 April 2011

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            A leading seafood industry observer predicts salmon prices will remain healthy but that crab prices won't remain so high in the long-term. John Sackton, founder and editor of Seafood.com , a top industry news site gave an overview of price trends for Alaska seafood. He noted that since 2008 pollock, salmon, halibut and crab have each seen a spike in wholesale price.

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Apr 15 2011
Bears Baseball Opens With California Tourney PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 April 2011

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            The Kodiak High School baseball team will get its first test of the season next week at a tournament in Southern California. Coach Rick Langfitt says the Bears will be traveling to San Diego for the Mike Morrow High School Baseball Tournament organized by the Lions Club.

            There's more information about the Lions Club's invitational tournament in San

Diego on the web.

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Apr 15 2011
Tax Filing Deadline Pushed to Monday Night PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 April 2011

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            If you don't have your 2010 taxes ready to send off to the IRS, don't panic. Thanks to a local holiday in Washington, D.C. and a quirk of the calendar, American taxpayers will have until midnight Monday to file their tax returns.

            Traditionally tax returns are due on April 15th, unless that day falls on a national holiday or a weekend. This year, the deadline was extended to the 18th in observance of Emancipation Day in the District of Columbia.

            Emancipation Day is celebrated on different dates, but falls on April 16th in the Municipality of Washington, D.C. On that date in 1862 - nine months ahead of his famous Emancipation Proclamation, President Lincoln signed the Compensated Emancipation Act, which freed more than 3,000 slaves in the District of Columbia.

            Thanks to a quirk of the calendar that puts Emancipation Day on a Saturday this year, the holiday is celebrated today. And, since IRS rules say a holiday in Washington, D.C. is considered a tax holiday, same as a federal holiday, the IRS moved the tax filing deadline to Monday.

            And if you don't feel you can get your taxes done by Monday, why not consider filing for a six-month extension? That would give you until mid-October.

 
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